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Golden Valley chronicle. (Beach, Billings County, N.D.) 1905-1916, March 27, 1914, Image 4

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THE PANAMA-PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL AVIATION RACE AROUNO THE WORLD.
Sbpyrinht, 1911. by Panama Pacific International Exposition Company.
In May, 1916, the Panama-Pacific International exposition at San Francisco will be the gathering place
4nost expert aeronauts from all the civfli/.ed nations of the globe, when the start is made of the great aerial race-around
the-world for a prize of $300,000, the largest sum ever offered for any single sporting event in history. Every de
scription of motor-driven air craft will participate in this stii)
WORLU'S FIRST INDOOR AEROPLANE FLIGHT.
Copyritflit. 1'Jil. by Panama Pacific International Exposition Company.
The first time an aeroplane ever flew inside a building was when Lincoln Beachey, tbe famous aviator, flew
In the huge Palace of Machinery on the grounds of the Pan a ma-Pacific International exposition to open in San Fran
cisco on February 20, 191S. The Palace of Machinery is almost 1,000 feet long and 136 feet high. Beachey passed
from one end to the other of the building, flying for more than 300 feet and at a height of 60 feet. The most remark*
•bit feature of tbo flight was that he had to ateer a straight course down Um center aisle, which ls-7S feet in width.
COLOSSAL GROUP OF STATUARY FOR VAST EXPOSITION COURT—"NATIONS OF THE EAST".
Copyright. Itll. fry Panama Pacific International Exposition Company.
This photograph shows tbe enlarged figures for the colossal group, "Nations of the East." to crown the Arch ol
lie Rising Sua at the Panama-Pacific International exposition at San Francisco in 1915. With the exception of the
ilephant and the camel on the left all the figures are completed. The elephant* however, will be surmounted by a
swdah and the camel by a rider- The group in its entirety is the conception of A. Stirling Calder, with whom
lerick O. R. Roth and Leo Lentelli co-operated. The huge elephant In tbe center of tbe group was modeled by
Ir. Roth, who also modeled the camels. The mounted horsemen were modeled by Leo Lentelli. From left to right
lie figures are: Arab warrior, negro servitor bearing baskets of fruit, camel and rider, falconer, elephant, repre
senting India Buddhist lama, bearing emblem of authority camel and rider, negro servitor, Mongolian warrior.
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represent the climax of all the world'H aeronautical activities and will stand for all time as an immortal epic of
fttuman daring, human ingenuity, and the marvelous epitome of the progress of mankind. It will be the supreme
adventure of our day. As an achievement. It will mark a historic cycle that will compare with the crossing of the
Atlantic by Columbus and the circumnavigation of the world by the fleet of Magellan in 1522. Aviators have long
tfiscussed the project of round-the-worl.l aeroplane tours..
An Opportunity for Somebody I
Window and north side of lobby (or rent ir. Beach post-
office building (or news stand, cigar, candy other store
purposes also office 12x14 feet in rear
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loop-the-loop around the globe. The race will
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THREE GANG PLOWS
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at the A. 0. Roof Feed Barn, one door east of Goodridge-Call
Lumber Company office, in Beach, on
SATURDAY,
Commencing at One O'clock
ONE TEAM BLACK GELDINGS, WEIGHT 2800, GOOD FARM TEAM
ONE TEAM BAY GELDINGS, WEIGHT 2600, AGE 7 AND 10, SOUND
ONE TEAM BAYS, WEIGHT 2200, MARE & GELDING, AGE 8, DRIVERS & WORK
ONE MARE, WEIGHT 1250, AGE 8, EXCELLENT GENERAL PURPOSE MARE
ONE MARE, WEIGHT 1150, 7 YEARS OLD
ONE YEARLING COLT
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ONE ROAN GELDING, WEIGHT 1150, AGE 8
ONE STALLION, WEIGHT 1500, AGE 7
ONE TEAM GELDINGS, WEIGHT 2400, AGE 7 AND
ONE BLACK MARE, WEIGHT 1500, AGE 8, IN FOLD
ONE BAY GELDING, WEIGHT 1450, AGE 10
ONE BAY HORSE, WEIGHT 1200, AGE 1 1
ONE TEAM GELDINGS, WEIGHT 2200, AGE 9
ONE MARE, WEIGHT 1200, AGE 12
ONE GELDING. WEIGHT 1300, AGE 12
ONE TEAM MULES, WEIGHT 2400, AGE 8 AND 7
SIX GOOD WORK HORSES WT. FROM 1000 TO 1500
North Side Market
Several Good Cows andlHogs
FARM MACHINERY, ETC
ONE MOWER
TWO DRAGS ONE HAY RAKE
SEVEN DISC HARROWS TWO TOP BUGGIES
TWO CHAMPION DRILLS FOUR SET WORK HARNESSES
ONEPACKER TWO WAGONS AND OTHER SMALLER
ONE ENGINE GASOLINE TANK FARM IMPLEMENTS
Those having property (or sale may bring it to this sale
and it will be sold on a reasonable commission. Notify G.
C. Whitaker if you have any properly which you want sold.
TERMS—Time will be given until October 1st. on goal bankable paper at 12
percent. Sums under $10.00 cash.
G.C. WHITAKER, Mg
L. H. MOORE, Auctioneer O. C. ATTLETWEED, Clerk
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